How to ‘heal your gut for good’: Free session in Abbotsford

Choices Markets hosts ‘Heal Your Digestion’ event on Wednesday, Jan. 29

New nutrition headlines spring up daily with information about what to eat and what not to.

With all the information out there, it can get pretty confusing.

Choices Markets in Abbotsford (3033 Immel St.) is holding a free “Heal Your Digestion” event today (Wednesday) for people to speak with an expert about making healthier choices.

The event runs from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

Cheryl Grant from Vitality will share tips to heal your gut for good with the best food, supplements and detoxifying techniques.

Choices also offers free one-on-one 60-minute nutrition tours, as well as cooking demonstrations.

Visit choicesmarkets.com and go to “community and event” and then “events” for more information or to register for the Abbotsford seminar.

Registration can also be done in person at the store.

RELATED: Choices Markets comes to Abbotsford

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

Man sentenced for setting apartment barbecue on fire in Abbotsford

Michael Rodden climbed to second-storey balcony in March 2019

How do you hold a public hearing when public gatherings are banned?

City of Abbotsford discussing how to hold hearings with appropriate social distancing

Abbotsford golf courses remain open during COVID-19 pandemic

Ledgeview, Fraserglen and Valley Golf institute safety policies to fight coronavirus

120 more recreation staff laid off by City of Abbotsford

Job cuts from closure of public facilities, city will re-hire after health emergency passes

400 people assessed for COVID-19 at Abbotsford centre

Website and centre have been running for over a week

Trudeau announces 75% wage subsidy for small businesses amid COVID-19

This is up from the previously announced 10 per cent wage subsidy

World update, 9:30 p.m. March 27: Positive news in Korea as U.S. hits 100,000 cases

The United States now has the most coronavirus cases of any country in the world

67 more B.C. COVID-19 cases, two more deaths in Vancouver region

Positive tests found in Surrey, Langley long-term care facilities

VIDEO: Penguins roam empty halls of Vancouver Aquarium

COVID-19 has forced the Vancouver Aquarium to close access to guests – leaving room for its residents

Kids get back to learning in B.C., online

Ministry of Education rolls out new tool for school

Nanaimo couple caught aboard cruise ship with four dead and COVID-19 present

Four ‘older guests’ have died on Holland America’s Zaandam; cruise line confirms two COVID-19 cases

‘Now is not the time to bag that peak’: BCSAR manager discourages risky outdoor adventures

Call volumes are not going down, even as the COVID-19 pandemic persists

Food Banks BC already seeing surge in demand due to COVID-19 pandemic

Executive director Laura Lansink said they expect applications will keep increasing

BC Hockey, Vancouver Canucks encourage stick tapping to honour frontline health care workers

Families are encouraged to video themselves tapping their sticks at 7 p.m. and post to social media

Most Read